Indigenous People Time Line

  • Jan 1, 1195

    Aztecs Settle

    Aztecs Settle
    Aztecs Arrive In the Valley of Mexico
  • Jan 1, 1325

    First Temple Built

    First Temple Built
    Tenochticlan was the First temple built by the Aztecs. Tenochticlan was around 7,854 square kilometers.
  • Jan 1, 1350

    Building in The Rivers

    Building in The Rivers
    Causeways Built in Canals.
  • Oct 12, 1492

    The Discovery of the Americas and The Indians

    The Discovery of the Americas and The Indians
    Christopher Columbus discovers the Americas-this heavily affected the Indigenous People. When the Spsnish landed on the indians land they brought many harmful diseases that the indians immune systems couldn't fight off which killed many.
  • Period: Apr 21, 1519 to Aug 13, 1521

    Spanish Conquest on the Aztecs

    The Spanish conquest was a event were Sapnish warriors fought against the Aztecs to take control and instill their religous and political view into the Aztec culture
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown
    European Settlers coming over to the Americas settling down on the James River of Virginia. As the ettlers settled into james time life became really hard living here. by them settling in a swamp area many disease we present. The mosquitos in the area cared many of the disease transferred to the settlers ranging from malaria to dysentery. They also suffured from small pox, which was a big killer in many colonies
  • Slaves in Jamestown

    Slaves in Jamestown
    Europeans bring Africans to the Americans for forced labor to help with the colonization. By the Euorpeans bring the slaves to the colonies may have been a threat to the indians becauss. that means mor man power for the settler. But then again this also meant that the settlers didnt have to capture the indians for slaves.
  • Pilgrims in Massachusetts

    Pilgrims in Massachusetts
    41 Pilgrims land in Massachusetts sailing on the Mayflower. When the Pilgrims came over the indians treated them with respect. By them doing this, the Pilgrims invited the indians to the first Thanksgiving in 1621. The Wampanoag tribe was the tribe invited to the festival with Chieftan Massasoit
  • The Pequot Wars

    The Pequot Wars
    The Pequot Wars was the conclusion of many battles between the colonists and the Indians. There were disputes over property, livestock damaging Indian crops, hunting, the selling of alcohol to Indians, and dishonest traders. Besides these, the Colonists believed that they had a God given right to settle this New World. They saw the Indian as savages who needed to be converted to their way of God. Unfortunately, the colonists felt superior to all Indians even those who became Christian.
  • Providence Deed

    Providence Deed
    The original 1636 deed to providence, signed by Samuel Gorton, purchase the indian lands, which was the Rhode Island Colony
  • King Philip's War

    King Philip's War
    Armed conflict between the Native American Wampanoag Indians and the English colonist allied with their Native American allies.
  • Lipan Apache-Small Pox Outbreak

    Lipan Apache-Small Pox Outbreak
    Smallpox breaks out in Lipan camps along Guadalupe River. Lipans are convinced that epidemic was caused by mission clothing worn by newly-released hostages. Lipans move their camps to upper Nueces River. Lipans establish stolen- horses-for-guns trade with east Texas tribes.
  • Louisiana Purchase

    Louisiana Purchase
    When the goverment made the Louisisna Purchase they also acquired uncharted land with many indian tribes living on the land. By them not know what was there they began the Lewis and Clark expeditioribesn where they came in contact with many diffrent tribes
  • Oglala Sioux Meet the Lewis and Clark Expedition

    Oglala Sioux Meet the Lewis and Clark Expedition
    During the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the group encountered many tribes. on of the tribes were the Oglala Sioux, who help them navigate thru much of the land.
  • Lipan and the Alamo

    Lipans watch Battle of Alamo unfold and want to help defenders. Lipan proposed aid is based on friendship with Hispanic Tejano defenders, not on ties with Bowie and Travis, and dates back to Royalist-Republican battles of 1814, particularly the Battle of Medina
  • The Creek Wars of 1836

    The Creek Wars of 1836 was fought on the Alabama, Georgia, and Florida land. The main cause of this war was that many indian tribes were being moved from their lands to reservation and their hunting grounds being encroached by white men. An iteresting fact was that this was no the first Creek War. There was one in 1812 which lasted one year.
  • Beginning of the Sioux Uprising

    During the Sioux Uprising many Sioux tribes joined together their homelands from the American Goverment
  • Nine treaties signed with the Sioux

    Including the Brulés, Hunkpapas, Oglalas and Minneconjous. These were widely advertised as signifying the end of the Plains wars although none of the war chiefs had signed any of these treaties.
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    Attempt to Eliminate

    US Army troops undertake joint military campaigns with Mexican Army to eliminate Lipans from Coahuila.
  • Wounded Knee Massacre

    Wounded Knee Massacre
    The Wounded Knee Massacre happen at Wounded Knee Creek around the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. In this massacre the 7th U.S. regiment was deployed on many diffrent Lakota tribes and killed many. At the end of the Massacre 150 men, women, and children were killed. 51 were wounded
  • The Standoff

    Alcatraz Island, the former prison in San Francisco Bay, is occupied by fourteen American Indians in a long standoff over the issues of Indian causes.